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Footprints: An interactive public art map
Kelley Crawford, Steven Melendez, and Emma Fick worked together to create a custom interactive public art map for New Orleans. This project was made possible through a grant provided by EPNO (Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans)! Take a walk and click away!
We are all human and Nolabeings knows that
Talia Abed could have dedicated this article to explaining, from a purely logistical standpoint, how the United States is a nation built by immigrants. Had Talia done so, she would have included plenty of statistics and facts demonstrating this notion, such as the fact that immigrants are responsible for half of the total U.S labor force growth over the last decade. But, she takes another angle. A human angle with a look at Nolabeings and the heart it can inspire.
Tyler Glenn and Gay Awakening
After a long, six-year hiatus, Neon Trees released their fourth studio album I Can Feel You Forgetting Me. Since their first album dropped in 2010, the band had churned out a new album every two years. However, this band of Mormons was shaken up in 2014 by the coming out of their front man, Tyler Glenn, as gay. Writer Michael Rodrigues reviews the newest album and the context surrounding it as part of our "The Social and Political Commentary of Music Reviews" series.